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Helsinki Committee in Poland
The team coordinating the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights is one of the few groups who have been able to transition from an underground facility to transparent work in democratic conditions without any problems.
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Helsinki Committee

Helsinki Committees have begun to emerge after the signing of the Final Helsinki Act in May 1975. The first Committee was the Moscow Helsinki Group. In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe the Committees have worked for many years underground as illegal organizations.

Presently, they exist in 34 countries. Their goal is to protect citizens through monitoring the fulfillment of governmental responsibilities regarding human rights and freedoms, as adopted by the country through international agreements.

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